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Dan Sterling is an American screenwriter and television producer who has worked on many successful television shows, including King of the Hill, Kitchen Confidential, The Daily Show, South Park, The Sarah Silverman Program and The Office.
Sterling's most recent work, The Interview, became famous after it was seen as an act of war by the supreme leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Kim Jong-un. The Guardians of the Peace made terrorist threats of "a 9/11 style attack" against cinemas who planned to screen the film, and also threatened the safety of Sony Pictures employees and their families. As a result of these threats, Sony Pictures initially cancelled the release of The Interview, though it was later given a limited theatrical release, with broad digital release online through a Sony website, Google Play, Microsoft's Xbox Video, and YouTube Movies.
|2012-2013||The Office||Writer and executive producer||16 episodes|
|2012||Girls||Writer and consulting producer||9 episodes|
|Susan 313||Writer and executive producer||TV Movie|
|2007-2010||The Sarah Silverman Program||Director, writer and executive producer||22 episodes|
|2006||The Daily Show with Jon Stewart||Co-executive producer||78 episodes|
|2005-2006||Kitchen Confidential||Writer and co-executive producer||12 episodes|
|2002-2006||King of the Hill||Writer||7 episodes|
|1998-2000||Jesse||Writer and executive story editor||28 episodes|
|1997-1998||South Park||Staff writer||10 episodes|
- "'The Office' Newly Named Executive Producers -- Dan Sterling & Brent Forrester". Retrieved 1 November 2012.
- "Director: the Interview is a Case of Actual Irony". NPR. National Public Radio. 28 December 2014. Retrieved 28 December 2014.
- Siegel, Tatiana (16 December 2014). "Sony Hack: New Leaked Docs Reveal Michael Lynton's Email Inbox". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 28 December 2914. Check date values in:
- "Sony Broadly Releases 'The Interview' in Reversal of Plans". New York Times. 27 December 2014. Retrieved 28 December 2014.
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